SILICA EXPOSURE CONTROL PLAN TEMPLATE SASKATCHEWAN
Silica dust can cause serious lung disease in workers and can be the most common hazard on construction work sites. Silica dust is exposed to workers by breathing in the Silica containing airborne dust particles. Silica can be found in substances such as concrete, cement, tiles, masonry, brick and rick/stone. The most common way to create silica containing dust is by cutting, grinding, chipping, sawing, drilling or hammering into Silica containing substances. The occupational health and safety regulations across Canada require all employers to have an exposure control plan developed for each work practice. Scroll down the page to view the contents of our Silica Exposure Control Plan Template for Saskatchewan
Empire Safety Solutions Silica Safe Work Procedure Templates meets and exceeds all Occupational Health and Safety Regulations across Saskatchewan.
Empire Safety Solutions has developed a Silica Exposure Control Plan Template for businesses in the construction business industry for Saskatchewan. Businesses can purchase directly from our website and customize to meet with their individual site requirements. UPON YOUR PURCHASE YOU WILL RECEIVE YOUR TEMPLATE IN MS WORD FORMAT. You can customize, edit, change and use this template for any of your upcoming construction projects. Our silica safe work procedure template meets and exceed all provincial health and safety regulations across Saskatchewan. EACH TEMPLATE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO MEET WITH PARTICULAR PROVINCIAL OHS REGULATIONS.
What's included with your template?
Safety Manual & Forms Total Pages: 35
Document Word Count: 5000
Font Type: Calibri Font Size: 11
Includes MS Word doc. and docx. Copy
Automatic Adjustable Table of Contents
Includes Customization Instructions
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